Summary: Final Thoughts
As Corsairs newest iteration of the 240mm AIO cooler, the H100i GTX has a lot to live up to. Not only that of it’s predecessors, but also the many other very well built AIOs we have on the market now. Having reviewed many of them myself I find that this unit comes in swinging.
Pros: – Looks great, – Sleek new pump design, – Fit and finish are top tier, – Performance is great, – Priced well
Cons: – New pump design is difficult to handle during installation
Conclusion: Corsair's taken its time in producing a successor to the much-loved H100, but the new-and-improved H100i has been well worth the wait. Design constraints prevent the H100i from being revolutionary - there's only so much you can do with a pump attached to a 240mm radiator in a closed loop - but...
Conclusion: Offering the best cooling that we've ever seen from a single cooler, the H100i is an undeniably impressive piece of kit. Though £90 is a lot to pay for a CPU cooler, it's much cheaper than a custom water-cooling loop (and far less hassle to install) and represents fairly good value over the original...
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest all-in-one water cooling units from Corsair, the Hydro H100i GTX. This model has been designed to build on the success of the existing Corsair H100i which has proved a massive hit with gamers and enthusiasts worldwide.